Unit Owner Had No 'Actual Controversy' with Condominium Association

March 15, 2018
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Facts: A condominium unit owner alleged that a board of directors election for the community had been improperly conducted. He claimed that there were statutory violations. He asked a trial court for declaratory relief—that is, a judgment of a court that determines the rights of the parties without ordering anything be done or awarding damages—but the court denied it. The unit owner appealed.

Decision: A California appeals court affirmed.

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